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Old 08-06-2015, 07:11 AM
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It's made to fit a standard 30inch door, but in this picture the door is wider and the strips (Jambs) inside the door are also wider - so he had to put the side clamps long ways instead of fitting over the door jams. Also the top should lock over the top jamb but it was also too wide.

John Reynolds, who designed and created the speed demon made some pretty good suggestions to him that will make it better and more adaptable to different doors.

it hit pretty solid actually.

(stay tuned.... there is also another portable speed bag being developed that will also be ingenious and rock solid. still under wraps at this time but perhaps by the next gathering it will be ready for prime time.)
Alan the EZspeedbag fits standard doorways from 22 to 40inches being the more common would be 30 and 36 inch doorways
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:12 AM
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Can you post the video or link to it, if it's stable enough many people in rental apartments can use it, but it has to be stable.
Good point its composite rather than wood so this makes it both more quiet and stable
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:14 AM
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Wonder what size the platform is, looks rectangle in the picture. I'd like an indoor rig for quietly tapping a bladder bag beneath as I sit and read the SBB. But more like one of those trays couch potatoes eat dinner off as they watch the TV, but overhead for slow slow baggin.
hey Champ
backboard is 18 inches and bag is 8"x5"
it performs excellent as a boxer myself it definitely approves
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:17 AM
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Interesting. The two pieces at the top appear to wedge into the door frame and stabilize it. I wonder how well it's cushioned to avoid transmitting vibration to the frame?
the EZspeedbag is quiet and cushioned because its made from composite rather than wood and steel its a smoother feel with a cool "snap" sound
real stable too it has a patented stabilizer
thanks Champ
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:21 AM
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If it hits solid and gets more people into the speed bag it's all good. Comes with a ball hook swivel.
For sure real solid due to its composite construction and patented stabilizer
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:24 AM
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I wonder how wide a space it will expand to fit. Seems to me the wider the door the better. But it looks ok for front/back of the bag hitting. Probably quite an affordable way to acquire the addiction and easy install for people who don't own the walls they would otherwise be bolting into. Chur bro
thanks for great point expands in doorways from 22 to 40 inches 30 and 36 inches are most common
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:26 AM
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I want to purchase one.
for sure EZspeedbag is $149.99 with bag included and 100% guarantee and warranty and will also send you free T shirt thanks
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:28 AM
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Hey seaweed man I reckon it will cost over $ 250.00 before it lands in Australia or New Zealand. Shipping is more expensive than the actual goods.
Not at all EZspeedbag is $149.99 and international flat shipping rate is $70 anywhere around the globe T shirt included
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Old 08-06-2015, 07:30 AM
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Freight costs are a pain in the bagside alright.
good point because domestic ground shipping is $15 approx. and international is $70 flat rate anywhere in the world
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Old 09-09-2015, 09:08 PM
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Ezspeedbag

Hi guys just got the EZspeedbag a few days ago. It well made a preety easy to set up. It's slower than my ibox but for traveling I think its great. Still experimenting with which bag works best. The bag it came with isn't very good, but they are making another bag soon I'm told.Very good coustmer service, 18inch platform weighs 13 lbs. Question ? What's the best ball hook swivel?

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